Why This Man Is Riding a Camel Through a Burger King Drive-Thru

Staff at the fast food chain in Doha, Qatar were stunned when stand up comedian Hamad Al Marri rode up to the service window on the back of a camel and ordered a cheeseburger.

Comedian Hamad Al-Amari’s latest stunt left employees scratching their heads at a Burger King in Doha, Qatar. The Qatari stand-up comic with an Irish accent rode his humped friend, Jim, up to the drive-thru window and ordered a cheeseburger –- “just the sandwich.”

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Amused by the spectacle, the dubious manager acceded to the request. Even police that showed up were amused by the spectacle and cooperated once Al-Amari pointed out his desert-style transport was not all that extraordinary.

“Haven’t you seen a man and his camel before?” he told them, according to the Daily Mirror.

He also told the U.K. tabloid that it was a stunt he had been planning for two years.

Luckily, Jim the camel was a good sport –- despite his “gambling” problem, which Al-Amari brought up when asked to pay for the meal. Jim groaned in response.

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